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Curse of the House of Windsor- The Ears Have It!!!

The Corrective Party has found the following conversation on alt.kooky. conspiracy.theories.about.diana. We believe it throws some light on the Curse of the House of Windsor:

PRINCE PHILLIP: No, I tell you, no!!! I won't have you bringing strange blonde young women related to Barbara Cartland...by candlelight, I suppose...in the cheap erotic fashion of sinful young men with depraved erotic minds...

CHARLES: Pater, please...

PRINCE PHILLIP: And then what happens? After tea? Music? Whispers? Ear fondling?

CHARLES: No,Pater, I am not going to let you scare this one away like you did all the rest.

PRINCE PHILLIP: As if men don't desire women who are related to Barbara Cartland. Oh! I refuse to speak of disgusting things like relationship skills because they disgust me!!! Do you understand, boy?

Go on, tell her she'll not be appeasing her ugly appetites, and then throwing up with my pheasant...or my son!!! Or do I have to tell her because you don't have the guts, eh boy? Eh? What's that?

Should New Zealand really continue to associate with these strange goings on in the House of Windsor? Why not a born-again bottom spanking president like Ronald Reagan, who doesn't even need a brain to function?

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